Mangaluru: Talk on ‘Gender Equality and Women rights’ held at St Agnes College

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Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, May 28: St Agnes College’s women’s cell conducted a talk on ‘Gender Equality and Women Rights’ here at St Agnes College auditorium on Saturday May 28.

Founder director – Global Concerns India, Brinda Adige gave a talk on ‘Gender Equality and Women Rights’.

Brinda Adige said, “Gender is the role that society and religion gives to men and women. Ten years ago, we would not have seen these many girls in the college. Credit must go to St Agnes College and your parents who believed that you must get this academic knowledge. This knowledge is not enough if you do not make use of it. Learning is something that you need to take to yourself.

“Today, we have women who are so accomplished yet they are continuing to do all the household work. No one can threaten us as long as you are not scared and intimidated. We should remember to believe in yourself, love yourself as you are, and do not let anybody to dictate anything.

“We are being conditioned that good women will do these things and good women go to heaven. Ask yourself if you should live a life of hell on earth to go to heaven. You need to live a good life that does not harm another human being, not speak ill about another human beings and not exploit another others,” she said.

Women cell secretary Sania Fathima welcomed the gathering, and Ritusha Harish compered the event.

Sheryl Preethika, Women’s cell convenor, and Dr Venissa AC, principal St Agnes College were present.





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